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About Lynn Rogers
Rogers was born in Berkeley, California and marched for
peace and civil rights as a teenager. "On the road" in
the late 60's, Lynn met Beat & Hippie legends like
Ken Kesey and Neal Cassady.
These adventures and many that followed -- including
spiritual awakenings and parenting an autistic
child--inspired articles, novels and
After earning a bachelors degree in
transpersonal psychology at Antioch University in San
Francisco, she took postgraduate studies at Matthew
Fox's Institute of Culture and Creation Spirituality in
Oakland and completed a masters degree at Atlantic
University in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Currently based
in San Jose, California, she serves as lecturer, teacher
and intuitive counselor for diverse groups, including
colleges, churches, and the media -- integrating the
Edgar Cayce and other traditions with that of the
reemerging Divine Feminine.
leads lively creative writing
in the south bay community, with booklets and tapes available on transpersonal topics including Twin Souls
and "Edgar Cayce & the "Eternal Feminine". Lynn
provides licensed pastoral
to those seeking spiritually inspired guidance. Lynn
also offers Wise Women’s and Intuitive classes beneath
ancient oaks by her Los Gatos home and, like wise women of
old, around the warmth of her own hearth.
For more on classes, counseling, and lectures
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Intuitive and spontaneous, she
starts with graphite, adds watercolor, xerography or
blown out 60s digital splash. She demonstrates mosaic
recycle art, was a Mixed Media Finalist at the Triton in
07 and has won awards in juried shows. Regarding her
illustrated south by mystery, A "Valley of Ashes," Metro
suggested: "her experience with blighted areas and
marginal people in society borders on the spiritual."
She also designed its evocative cover.
Her "art epochs" include: Berkeley
era pen and inks, 70s visionary, 80s icons, 90s
illustrations, millennial mixed media and lately--coming
full circle—quick sketches from nude modeling sessions
offered at Stone Griffin Gallery in Campbell, where her
work is displayed. Rogers also enjoys male and diverse
age models. She currently serves as First
Vice President of Golden Hills Art Association in
"Lynn Rogers' lovely
nudes are fresh examples of her fertile
imagination. She is not only an accomplished
writer of several novels, but also has exquisite
drawings through which the Goddess shines in
both an earthy and airy elegance."
Outsider artist Lynn Rogers M.A.
is also a post-Beat independent author of illustrated
books, including Born In Berkeley,
Side Roads, The Rainbow's
Daughter, Revenge of the Goddess,
Edgar Cayce And The Eternal Feminine, and many more.
Mentor and teacher to aspiring writers in San Jose and
Los Gatos, she founded Valley of Hearts Delight Writers,
teaches Creative Writing (and illustrating) for MetroEd
and Creative Memoir Writing for Los Gatos Saratoga
Recreation. For further information: (408) 559-5995.
Lynn Rogers writes Beat-era novels full of the flavor of San Jose and the valley --Gary Singh, Metroactive
these trying times, with more and more writers
churning out dreck for the Oprah-saturated
populace, Lynn Rogers publishes novels riddled
with a beautifully incongruous post-Beat
hodgepodge of suburban societal fragments.
Even better, her books occasionally take place
in San Jose"
work, Side Roads, is perhaps her most "San Jose"
novel to date."
"I met Rogers in Japantown in order to explore a few locales in the book, including the shack behind the house on Jackson Street. It was like getting a tour of Cairo from the Nobel-winning author Naguib Mahfouz, who painted the streets of that city in more than 50 books."
-- Excerpts by journalist Gary Singh,
Silicon Alleys, Paging Silicon
Valley. By Gary Singh
"I've been saying for years that what will finally put San Jose on the map is not the fact that we're the 10th largest city, the fifth cleanest big city, the eighth most walkable city or whatever twaddle the politicians are regaling us with this week. It will take authors who place San Jose locales in their novels. That's what will do it.
Take local writer Lynn Rogers for example. Aside from co-authoring the Arcadia Publishing photo book on Alviso, she also writes novels that take place in the industrial wastelands of the South Bay and feature beautifully marginalized antiheroes of the suburbs..."
Sparring With Beatnik Ghosts
"Outsider artist Lynn Rogers M.A., had her talents showcased in Anthology III, including the center poster in which she combined creative forces with Jerry Kamstra (with his prose piece entitled "The Buzz From The Bees"). Rogers is also a post-Beat independent author of illustrated books, including Born in Berkeley --
All of the
above titles are available from Amazon.com or from
directly contacting the author or Inkling Press.
Be sure to browse this site to
view her other books,
published works, as well as available
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